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‘The Guardian’ measures UK’s reality TV ratings

The UK version of Big Brother kicks off this week, and The Guardian measures reality TV audience numbers in the UK to see which series are gaining eyeballs and which series are losing audiences. With lots of competition, Big Brother had declining ratings in its last showing, but the newspaper predicts this season won't be the last.
June 1, 2009

In preparation for the premiere of UK’s Big Brother‘s newest season, The Guardian measures reality TV audience numbers in the UK to see which series are gaining eyeballs and which series are losing audiences. With lots of competition, Big Brother had declining ratings in its last showing, but the newspaper predicts this season won’t be the last.

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